Video: Jessie Jones – Quicksilver Screen

Jessie Jones dances through the Southern Californian landscape in her video for Quicksilver Screen. The retro look fits well to the psychedelic pop song with a weird edge. I love it and will now listen to her selft titled debut album.

VIDEO: Nicky Venus – Legacy

How about a video for Wednesday and making this our very own #VideoWednesday?! We have something brand new and smokin’ hot for you with the beautifully haunting “Legacy” by San Diego resident Nicky Venus. “Legacy” is electro-pop at its best, think mid-80s Depeche Mode and then some. The video itself is[…]

Video: Ellie Herring – Why’d You

I still can get over Ellie Herring jumping into that muddy lake on such a dreary fall day. But apparently what she finds there makes it worth for her. The rest of us can enjoy the soundtrack with its relentless techno beat and the cool vocals. And by the way,[…]

Video: Yes You Are – World Without End

Watch Kianna Alarid sing this wonderfully big pop song World Without End with her band Yes You Are. While Kianna has been making music for quite some time, Yes You Are is a new collaboration with Jared White and with this kind of music they are heading straight for the[…]

Video: Rebecca James – On My Way

Here’s a fun video by London singer/songwriter Rebecca James, who dances, bikes and rides the tube through the city. It’s an upbeat catchy song and I will have difficulties to get it out of my head again.

Video: Solvey – Redlight

Watch Solvey watching herself playing baseball against herself. It’s a great song too.

Video: Jennylee – Never

I could imagine that Warpaint bassist Jenny Lee Lindberg dances around the house quite often, so it’s no surprise that she does this in the video for her first single Never as JennyLee. Musically she doesn’t depart much from Warpaint’s dark-colored dream-rock, which is right on for me. I’m looking[…]

Video: Phone Home – I Went and Got a Gatorade”

Fortunately she doesn’t just bring some Gatorade home for a romantic evening. In fact, I haven’t spotted any Gatorade in this video, but it is a beautiful snippet about life in New York City, set to a moody instrumental track.

VIDEO: Robyn Cage – Born in the Desert

Robyn Cage from Utah loves the desert, after all she’s born there as the title of her debut album proclaims. The title track is a beautiful, big song and Utah’s landscape plus a piano and a bathtub are giving the perfect backdrop.

VIDEO: Stranger Cat – RED

Cat Martino, aka Stranger Cat, directed and edited this video herself, which features Charles Schneider as an evil sorcerer who abducts Stranger Cat into some enchanted forest. Beautifully done!